SureJacket™ reduces the risk on CUI (Corrosion Under Insulation). Traditional alloy jacketing is easily damaged or dented and joints are not always watertight. As a result these situations lead to unwanted water ingress. Due to its mechanical strength, GRP allows "stepping" on insulation. Also GRP provides watertight seams.
SureJacket™ performs well in corroded environment that is not suitable for other types of materials. Due to the unique properties of the GRP material, GRP jacketing maintains high tensile strength and modulus over a moderate temperature range and excellent chemical resistance to a variety of aggressive substances. GRP jacketing provides various advantages as it has the material’s inherent corrosion resistance, light weight, easy fabrication, and installation labor cost saving, and less maintenance.